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frankly, we're going to do it right. >> moderator: the one last one i want to get into with you in this debate is the fact that the biggest driver of our debt is entitlement, which is 60% of all federal spending. the committee for a federal responsible budget has looked at both of your plans and they say neither of you has a serious plan that is going to solve the fact that medicare is going to run out of money in the 2020s, social security in the 2030s, and recipients are going to see huge cuts in the benefits. in effect, the final question i want to ask you in this regard is, and let me start with you, mr. trump. would president trump make a deal to save medicare and social security that included both tax increases and benefit cuts, in effect, a grand bargain on entitlement? >> trump: and cutting taxes. we're going to grow the economy. it's going to grow at a record rate. >> moderator: not when to help entitlement. >> trump: going to totally help you. we have to repeal and replace
the disaster known as obamacare. it's destroying our country, our businesses, our small businesses and our big businesses. we have to repeal and replace obamacare. you take a look at the kind of numbers that that will cost us in the year '17, that is a disaster. if we don't repeal and replace. it's probably going to die of its own weight, but obamacare has to go. the premiums are going up 60%, 70%, 80%, next you're going to go up over 100%. and i am really that the premiums have started -- at least the people see what's happening. she wants to keep obamacare and she wants to make it even worse, and it can't get any worse. bad health care the most expensive price. we have to repeal and replace obamacare. >> moderator: secretary clinton, same question, because at this point, social security and medicare are going to run out, the trust funds are going to run out of money. will you, as president, will you
consider a grand bargain, a deal that includes both tax increases and benefit cuts to try to save both programs. >> clinton: well, chris, i am on record as saying that we need to put more money into the social security trust fund. that is part of my commitment to raise taxes on the wealthy. my social security payroll contribution will go up, as will donalds, assuming he can't figure out how to get out of it. but what we want to do is to replenish -- >> trump: such a nasty woman. >> clinton: by making sure that we have sufficient resources. and that will come from either raising the cap and/or finding other ways to get more money into it. i will not cut benefits. i want to enhance benefits for low income workers and for women who have been disadvantaged by the current social security system. but what donald is proposing that these massive tax cuts will result in a $20 trillion additional national debt.
that will have dire consequences for social security and medicare. and i'll say something about the affordable care act, which he wants to repeal. the affordable care act extended the solvency of the medicare trust fund. so if he repeals it, our medicare problem gets worse. the long-term health care drivers, we've got to get costs down, increase valley, emphasize wellness. i have a plan for doing that, and i think that we will be able to get entitlement spelling under control with more resources and smarter decisions. >> moderator: this is the final time, i believe to both of your delight, that he will be on stage together. i would like to end it on a positive note. you have not agreed to closing statements, but it seems to me in a funny way that might make it more interesting because you haven't prepared closing statements. so i'd like you each, were going to put a clock up. a minute, the final question in the final debate, to tell the american people why they should
elect you as the next president. this is another new mini segment. secretary clinton, your turn to go first. >> clinton: well, i would like to say to everyone watching tonight, that i am reaching out to all americans. democrats, republicans, and independence. because we need everybody to help make our country what it should be, to grow the economy, to make it fairer, to make it work for everyone. we need your talents, your skills, your commitment, your energy, your ambition. i have been privileged to see the presidency up close, and i know the awesome responsibility of protecting our country and the incredible opportunity of working to try to make life better for all of you. i have made the cause of children and families really my life's work. that is what my mission will be in the presidency. i will stand up for families against powerful interests, against corporations. i will do everything that i can to make sure that you have good jobs with rising income, that
your kids have good education, from preschool through college. i hope you will give me a chance to serve as your president. >> moderator: secretary clinton, thank you. mr. trump? >> trump: she is raising the money from the people she wants to control. it doesn't work that way. but when i started this campaign, i started it very strongly. it's called "make america great again." we're going to make up america great. we have a depleted military that has to be helped. we have the greatest people in her up on our military. we don't take care of our veterans. would he care of illegal immigrants. people that come into the country illegally better than we take care of our vets. our policeman are disrespected, we need in order, but we need respect too. our inner cities are disaster. you get shot walking into a store. i will do more for african-americans and latinos than she can ever do in ten lifetimes. all she has done is talk to the african-americans and to the latinos, but to get the vote,
then they come back, say, we'll see you in four years. we are going to make america strong again, and we are going to make america great again, and it has to start now. we cannot take four more years of barack obama, and that is what you get when you get her. >> moderator: thank you both. secretary clinton -- hold on just a minute. secretary clinton, mr. trump, i want to thank you for participating in all three of these debates. that brings an end to these debates. we want to thank the university of nevada, las vegas, and its students for having us. now the decision is up to you. while millions had already devoted, election day, november 8th, just 20 days way. one thing everybody here can agree with, we hope you will go vote. it is one of the honest and obligations of living in this great country. thank you, and good night. [applause]
>> frivolity from unlv. thus ends 90 minutes of fun and frivolity at unlv, the final of three presidential debates sponsored by the presidential debate commission, is now in the books from las vegas, and hillary clinton and donald trump will leave it for you to decide. there were many things that were out of the ordinary from normal presidential cycles, but none more unusual and somewhat shocking than what we heard tonight from donald trump. the nominee to be republican president of united states refused to say that he would accept the results of this election. he said i will make a decision at the time, and in the meantime, i will keep you in suspense. secretary clinton called that horrifying. donald trump did so defiantly. so we will wait to find out
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philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10. >> he'd rather believe vladimir putin than the military and civilian intelligence professionals who are sworn to protect us. i find that just absolutely -- >> she doesn't like putin because putin outsmarted her at every step of the way. >> mr. trump. >> excuse me. >> fight to the bitter end tonight with russia at the center of one of many fiery he can changes during tonight's third and final presidential debate. >> but did it not end there. donald trump and hillary clinton clashing on the economy, foreign policy and women's health and that's just scratching the surface g evening, i'm iain pa page. >> that is so true. i'm lucy noland. tonight was the nominee's last chance to address millions of americans at once. the jabs, the digs, the blows came fast and furiously.
just like the first two debates this one got nasty. the nominees and fox news anchor chris wallace touched on the supreme court, immigration, gun control, national debt, the list goes on. one of the biggest headlines could be trump's statements about the perceived fairness of the election here's that and some of the night's other highlights. >> do you make the same commitment that you will absolutely -- sir, that you will absolutely accept the result of this election? >> i will look at it at the time. i'm not looking at anything now. i'll look at it at the time. what i've seen, washington i've seen is so bad. first of all, the media is so dishonest and so corrupt and the pile on is so mazing. the new york times actually wrote an article about it. they don't even care. it's so dishonest and they poisoned the minds of the voters but unfortunately for them, i think the voters are seeing through it. >> every time donald thinks things are not going in his direction he claims whatever it is is rigged against him.
the fbi conducted a year long investigation into my e-mails. they concluded there was no case. he said the fbi was rigged. he love the iowa caucus. he lost the wisconsin primary. said the republican primary was riggerigged. even a time when he didn't get an emmy for his tv program thee years in a roane he started tweeting that the emmys were rigged. >> should have gotten it. [ laughter ] >> this is a mindset. this is -- this is how donald thinks. >> the candidates from both sides brought some guests with them. hillary clinton had mark cuban billionaire and owner of the dallas mavericks. donald trump pulled a surprise big one he brought with him president obama's half brother malik. also n attendance sarah palin the gop's 2008 nominee for vice-president. >> and surrogates on both sides tweeting support trump's campaign kellyanne conway tweeting trump shows great moments of humor tonight. she's notice capable of them. looks rattled, sounds defensive.
>> senator tim kaine says... election coverage continues on fox29.com. that's where you'll find highlights of the debate and each nominee's next moves in the race to the white house. three people are hurt after a crash involving a dirt bike in kensington. it happened around 7:30 tonight near the intersection of indiana streets and police tell fox 29 a 24-year-old was driving an unregistered dirt bike with a 16-year-old on the back when they hit car. the driver of that car has minor injuries. the two people on the dirt bike are now at temple university hospital. the man is in critical conditi condition. that teen is stable. developing story out of camden county. right now, investigators are trying to figure out what brought down a small plane in lindenwold this afternoon. mack us willy, the two people on board that plane survived and nobody on the ground was injured when that plane crashed into a residential area. rescue crews were able to pull two people from that wreckage and get them to the hospital in
time. fox 29's chris o'connell is outside cooper university hospital in camden where those victims are recovering tonight. chris? >> reporter: iain, that's right. two men, a pilot and a passenger, remain here at cooper university hospital tonight in camden. nothing short of amazing they have sorry viewed after a plane they were flying in crashed into a residential neighborhood here in camden county in the middle of the afternoon. the gawkers were out all night snapping pictures and getting a closer look. after all, it's not every day a plane crashes in your neighborhood. it happened minutes before dorothy williams happened to come home earlly from work. >> pulled up, saw all of the cars, yellow tape and i'm like wow what's going on. uh-uh just missed it a play just crashed in your yard. >> reporter: skyfox was on the scene as 66-year-old pilot and 72-year-old passengers were pulled from the wreckage and rushed to cooper.
both were semi conscience at the time faa says the single engine 1946 vintage coupe 415 seen here before the crash had barely missed several houses around the 500 block of linden avenue. the plane crashed into trees, flipped over, the fuselage snapped in half. >> all in all, very fortunate, you know, whatever injuries they sustained, they're still very fortunate. this could have gone a whole lot worse. >> reporter: one witness who didn't want to speak on camera says the plane dropped out of the sky. >> it was so scary. it was almost in my house. >> what did it sound like when it hit the ground, treat. >> like bomb. something like that. >> the plane is registered to a flight instructor in chesapeake, maryland. who rented it out for a day for flight to new jersey. it had just taken off from medford's flying w airport before it went down. it crashed in the very same spot where williams hosted a birthday party for her four-year-old granddaughter just a few days ago. >> i'm actually still very sho
shocked. i don't know. i'm just dumb founded actually to know that you just come home and there's plain in your yard. >> reporter: once again those victims recovering here at cooper. we are told they should be released in the next couple of days. their injuries not life threatening. meanwhile, the wreckage of that plane scheduled to be removed from that backyard tomorrow morning. lucy? >> all right, thank you very much, chris. new tonight deadly shooting in philadelphia's mantua neighbor. sky fox over the 3500 block of wall las street soon after that was right around 6:30 tonight. police say a dice game turned into an argument and someone opened fire. officers say the victim was in his late teens. so far no arrests. philadelphia cab driver is lucky to be alive and tonight he's talking about being viciously stabbed in his cab over the weekend. this is dash cam video from unside bryson matthews all threes taxi as passenger possibly named james grabbed him by the neck and demanded money.
it happened in north philadelphia. in the 5800 block of race street sunday afternoon. matthews says his first instinct was to fight back that's when the guy grabbed him, stabbed him repeatedly with a large 95. he believes divine intervention saved his life. >> someone may look at this as something bad happened but i'm alive, and even in that moment, he protected me and made sure, you know, i didn't get hurt too badly. >> matthews was stabbed seven times and had to spend the night in the hospital. fortunately, his wounds were only super official. he was able to head back to work today. if you recognize the guy in this video police want to hear from you. happening right now, the search for the gunman in a shooting in rittenhouse square. the gunshots rang out 24 hours ago. you first learned about this all as breaking news right here last night. shots fired in rittenhouse square not something you hear about often and now police say they know who pulled the trigger and they're working to track him down. dave schratwieser is live at
central detectives. dave, what do you know? >> reporter: lucy, at this hour, police still searching for that suspect. a 17-year-old from south philadelphia. there were reports that he was in center city earlier this evening when police got there he was gone. there are efforts underway get him to surrender. in the meantime, the victim in this case, the shooting victim s still in critical but stable condition and folks around rittenhouse square are still concerned. >> terrible. terrible, terrible. >> reporter: there was relief but still concern in rittenhouse square wednesday evening after police put out warrant for the shooter in tuesday night's botched robbery and shooting that left one man seriously wounded. >> there's way too much violence all over the place every day. it's ridiculous. somebody is getting shot somewhere every day now. >> i was shocked. it doesn't surprise me but i was shocked. >> reporter: less than 12 hours after gunshots rang out in the park central detectives identified the 11 shooter and obtained a warrant for his arrest. a search for the 17-year-old suspect at his south philadelphia home wednesday
morning turned up empty. the gunman is still on the loo loose. >> come on. i mean really? 17. i mean that's just, you know, the state of what's going on right now. >> the park has gone down drastically. it's scary sometimes walking through here. >> reporter: debra williams was out walking her dog joey in the park wednesday night. she's glad to hear of the quick work by detectives but still worried after gunfire sent patrons at local bars and restaurants scrambling just after 9:00 tuesday night. >> police sources say this was not random robbery. the suspects target the a group of four or five people they knew at the park and tried to rob them at gun point. that's when a 3984 old man who sells water in the park road up on his bike and tried to intervene. he was shot multiple times. >> you kind of think you're safe being here, you know, in here all the time but that's not so. it's a wake-up call. it's everywhere. >> i think they should pick up the homeless people.
cops back patrolling the park. it was immaculate when the cops were here. >> reporter: police are still reviewing surveillance video from the area near the shooting scene. they are also trying to identify a second suspect in this case. iain? >> dave, thank you. atlantic city's trump taj mahal reopen? it's shutter doors. tonight' clues there's a plan in the works and the push to throw a wrench in the whole thing. and it has caused stress and dread and anxiety and it appears this election season is also ending friendships. we're checking out the types of friendships that are most vulnerable to his most unusual of presidential races. kathy orr tracking your forecast. >> tracking those numbers going way up today but this weekend they are goining to way down. we have some rain coming in and that will be the first queue to the change in our weather. details coming up with that seven day when we come back.
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birthday girl meteorologist kathy orr restoring our autumn. happy birthday to you! >> thank you. shall we tell everybody what you guys got me? >> cookies. >> cookies. >> and your favorite mints. >> and peeps because rue one of our favorite peeps. >> isn't that awesome. >> matt told us our producer. >> thank you very much. my fox family conditioning it up. check out my facebook page youth see the whole celebration. the clouds will be rolling in. tomorrow not a cloudy day. we do have some showers that will be rolling in as well. but mainly to the north and west of the city. so i am expecting some spotty scattered showers but it really will not ruin the day. so if you have any outdoor plans check in tomorrow morning with sue serio and she will give you the latest and we'll check the timing here this evening as we well. a live look at old city philadelphia mark street little bit of a breeze out there. a quiet evening but a warm evening. the temperature 73. the record today was 80. we made it to 86 degrees. so well above normal for this time of year.
winds out of the northeast right now which is a cooler wind about 10 miles an hour. you can see the cooler air beginning to knows in with some 50s and 60s to the north and west along the i-95 corridor for philadelphia and wilmington still in the 70's and some 60s in south jersey and in delaware. the northeast cooling down and this is going to be the trend in our weather. you can see ottawa 43 degrees. upstate new york in the 50s. soon over the course of the weekend that air will be singing to the south. high pressure that brought us this summer like pattern will be building off the coast allowing a trough to develop in the east and that is a cool change. we did have snow in the sierra nevadas out west earlier in the week. well this is that weather coming toward the east but obviously it has moderated since then. so as we look at our major cool down we have mild temperatures for thursday. above average for friday. and then turning much cooler for saturday and for sunday as we see a huge change feeling much more like fall. right now, we're going to check